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Derby wear (tonight), Earth Day & ‘sonder’

COVINGTON, Ky. – A couple of events this week remind us of how things ought to be in the world. The annual recognition of Earth Day on Friday and its accompanying events on Saturday exhort us to take better care of this one precious orb upon which we live and breathe. Similarly, a &ldquo...

Easter, Eilerman & Coconut Stout

COVINGTON, Ky. – Obviously, Sunday morning will be all about Easter services and brunches and egg searches and the like. The weather should be decent, and we have three pieces of advice: Bonnets are back … find every hard-boiled egg, lest that smell grow fairly foul come July … a...

The ‘hunt’ is on & ceilidh

COVINGTON, Ky. – First of all, Covington Parks & Rec’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt is back! So, get the kiddos ready for the big hunt (tho truth be told, it’s more like a “gather”). Second, there’s a lot of other fun stuff going on this weekend (one or more of w...

Wildflowers, song & family drama

COVINGTON, Ky. – This recent cold spell has given us cabin fever. If you, like us, NEED to get outside this weekend, The Cov has plenty of events to grab your interest. For example, you can help tend to a pollinator garden … take a stroll and savor history, beer, and tasty food &hell...

Traveling exhibit needs stories, art that celebrate Hispanic heritage

The band Son del Caribe performed at Behringer-Crawford Museum’s “Latino Picnic” in 2019. Museum engaging Covington’s increasingly diverse community COVINGTON, Ky. – A little over two years after hosting a well-attended Latino Picnic, Behringer-Crawford Museum is ...

O’Madness, moons & Cyclones

COVINGTON, Ky. – We’re releasing this weekend’s narrative events calendar a day early because tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, and we don’t want you to miss out on all the festivities. You might want to call in sick right now (you have a bellyache, not Covid, right?) b...

Quilts & rattlesnake venom

COVINGTON, Ky. – At first blush, those two topics might seem incongruent. One evokes coziness and comfort while the other spurs a watch-where-you-step shudder. But read on. Each plays a role in this weekend’s list of fun and entertainment in The Cov. All told, there is plenty to play,...

‘Bottled-in-Bond’ & burlesque

COVINGTON, Ky. – Your weekend in The Cov can begin and end with some fascinating history lessons. The weekend’s calendar is book-ended with a bit of bourbon history tonight (with an interesting Covington connection) and burlesque history on Sunday. Each are equally fascinating and inv...

Mardi Gras, 'naked' trees & trivia

COVINGTON, Ky. – Did you know that the first recorded Mardi Gras street parade in New Orleans took place in 1837? Decades later, six men organized a rather clandestine Mistick Krewe of Comus and held a parade with the theme, “The Demon Actors in Milton’s Paradise Lost” and he...

‘Black’ wines, Sara Mackie & Pysanka

COVINGTON, Ky. – The Super Bowl is over. Too soon for March Madness. Valentines’ Day came and went. The weather, in a word, is gloomy. The ground’s too frozen to till, and the water is too cold to paddle (for most of us). However, there’s no need to despair at home. Her...
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